Employees from Spalding-based chartered accountants and tax advisers Bulley Davey have helped raise over £4,000 for charity.
The firm, which also lists Holbeach as one of its eight offices, raised £4,468 for Macmillan Nurses through a series of challenges and initiatives.
All offices hosted coffee mornings, along with a regular dress-down Fridays. Other initiatives included selling eggs from home-reared chickens and a charity tuck shop. Bulley Davey’s directors then matched the total raised by colleagues to make the final total.
The company also managed to raise a further £1,030.74 for the NSPCC through the Business Support Group’s 17-mile Rutland Water cycle challenge, and £60.35 for the Wear it Pink campaign.
Andy Atkins, director at the Spalding office, said: “To raise more than £5,000 in year is simply fantastic.
“Raising money is a great way to give back to the community, and we have already set our sights higher for next year.”
This year Bulley Davey celebrates its 80th anniversary and will be setting itself various challenges to raise more for good causes over the coming year.